Meet Hubert Wolters

by Eric Cohen With the expansion of the EV market and continued interest in wireless charging, Hubert Wolters recently joined WiTricity as Vice President of Business Development in Europe. In an intimate interview, I had the opportunity to get to know Hubert. Eric: It’s really great to meet you, Hubert. With such a broad background,…

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Ahhh … the Weekend

By Ky Sealy Weekend chores inevitably take me to the garage. Tinkering with my car. Getting the lawn mower ready for the weekly grass cutting. Or, this time of year, preparing the snow blower for the unavoidable first winter snow. This got me thinking … how does wireless charging impact everything in my garage –…

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Convenience, Cleanliness, and Peace of Mind

by Eric Cohen After 40 years together, Tony and Laurel Sgro can nearly finish each other’s sentences. But they don’t! Having said that, there’s certainly one area where they’re totally in synch: sustainability and the environment. Having come from the ski industry and spending enormous amounts of time outdoors, Tony and Laurel are very attuned…

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Wireless EV Charging Makes it All Possible

 by Eric Cohen Solar power is more affordable, accessible, and prevalent in the United States than ever before. From just 0.34 GW in 2008, U.S. solar power capacity has grown to more than 121 gigawatts of solar capacity installed nationwide, enough to power 23.3 million homes. Globally, solar is expected to account for 60% of…

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Wireless EV Charging: Worth Double the Price of a Plug-in Charger

by Eric Cohen Calgary – nicknamed “Cowtown” – is Canada’s largest producer of natural gas and oil, but the energy section that represents a significant portion of Calgary industries also includes many clean technologies. Solar, wind, bioenergy, and geothermal all contribute to the lifeblood of the cosmopolitan city that’s home to more than a million…

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The Road Less Traveled

by Eric Cohen It only takes a few minutes talking with Elaine Borseth, President of the Electric Vehicle Association, to know she loves cars. It’s also clear why she’s President of North America’s leading volunteer organization that accelerates the adoption of electric vehicles. “I grew up in Detroit. My father loved cars. What made it…

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MRI vs. MRI (Can the medical MRI really charge my car?)

by Eric Cohen It’s likely you’ve heard of an “MRI” – in fact, many of you have probably had an experience having an MRI. If so, you remember being in a long tube where you hear a lot of noise, don’t feel anything, and end up with some cool pictures of your body. That’s Magnetic…

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The Role EVs Can Play to Save the Power Grid

by Amy Barzdukas In late August, the California Air Resources Board approved a ruling requiring 100 percent of new car sales in California to be zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035. In response, Governor Gavin Newsome stated, “We can solve this climate crisis if we focus on the big, bold steps necessary to cut pollution.” Since…

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Was Detroit the Future?

by Amy Barzdukas My longish journey home from the North American International Auto Show – I’ll just refer to it as “Detroit” – gave me a chance to reflect on the whole experience. What I saw. What I heard. And, where we’re headed. The show was an interesting split of EVs on display and new…

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